to free Expression
one of the latest incidents to test the limits of
freedom of expression happened in January, when
a pro-choice activist protested Bill Vanderkooi’s
display of thousands of small crosses, each
meant to represent an aborted baby.
ings, which finally ended with some good news this spring.
Don Hutchison, a vice-president and general legal
counsel at the EFC, explains the outcome: “The court
is clear that Bible passages, biblical beliefs and the prin-
ciples derived from those beliefs can be legally and rea-
sonably advanced in public discourse.”
Nevertheless, many Christians are still nervous as to
how to express their views on homosexuality.
The validity of these concerns was demonstrated
in another recent controversy surrounding Crossroads
Communications ( www.crossroads.ca), the ministry that
operates CTS-TV as well as humanitarian efforts such as
digging wells overseas.